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Florence is a technology journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She primarily covers Android and its various forks. She's written about a variety of other tech-related things for Ars Technica, Maximum PC, Mac|Life, PCGamer, PCWorld, and Nintendo Power. She loves yoga and traveling, collects cameras and Russian dolls, and considers herself an amateur photographer and crafter.

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Why Google made such a big-ass phone with the Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 is the right size, the right price, and the right move for the Android platform.

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Google Play Games' new nearby multiplayer capabilities make it easier to play with pals

The new Google Play Games lets players challenge one another if they're in the same room.

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Galaxy Note 4 review: Samsung finally listens to its fans, and it pays off

With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.

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HTC says it isn't becoming a camera company, but 'companion devices' are key to its mobile future

In a one-on-one Greenbot interview, HTC's VP of Product Planning tells us "50 percent smartphones and 50 percent other connected devices" might be in the roadmap.

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Sony’s PS4 game streaming Xperia Z3v lands on Verizon Oct. 23 for $199 on contract

The company finally announces a flagship for a carrier other than T-Mobile.

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Android Influencer: Christophe Daligault on FireChat and the 'new Internet'

The brains behind FireChat talks about how hard he's trying "not to f*** this up."

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Hands-on with the HTC RE camera and Desire Eye phone

These aren't Android devices—they're camera devices.

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Cyanogen made the right move turning down Google's alleged acquisition

Analysts weigh in on the hype surrounding The Information's report that Cyanogen will continue to go solo.

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Google+ for Android continues its Material Design makeover in latest update

It's like Google's designers are just pushing out updates until they like what they see.

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How to control your music with Android Wear

Tuck your phone away and use your cool new watch to shuffle through a playlist.

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Moto G (2014) review: The best smartphone under $200

With its no-frills interface and stylish enough chassis, you might as well buy one just to keep in the closet for emergencies.

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Project Ara’s modules will be 'hot swappable' and readily available in the Google Play Store

Hopefully this means we’ll see a working version of Google’s “LEGO phone” sooner than later.

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12 tips and tricks to help you get started with your new Moto X

It's Motorola's best Android phone yet, and it's chock full of neat features you'll want to set up ASAP.

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Hands on with Seek Thermal, the snap-on camera that gives your phone Predator vision

It's an affordable, tiny little device that offers a surprising variety of uses.

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AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon can't agree on how much Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 actually costs

The carriers all offer the Note 4 for pre-order, but they all offer it at a different price.